Intimate Nature: The Bond Between Women and Animals
Linda Hogan, Deena Metzger, Brenda Peterson
Fawcett Columbine, 1998 - Fiction - 455 pages
Although women have long felt kinship with animals, they have seldom participated in the study of them. Now, as more women writers and scientists make animals the subject of their investigations, important new ideas are emerging, based on the premise that animals are honored co-sharers of the earth.
At the forefront of this international movement stand the editors of this groundbreaking anthology, which includes original stories, essays, meditations, and poems by the best female nature writers and by female field scientists writing about their lives among the animals they study.
INTIMATE NATURE is the first book of its kind -- a celebration, a lament, and an urgent wake-up call.E
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INTIMATE NATURE: The Bond Between Women and AnimalsUser Review - Kirkus
A splendid, multihued collection of writings by women on their kinship with animals, edited by Hogan (Solar Storms, 1995, etc.), Metzger (Writing for Your Life, not reviewed), and Peterson (Sister ... Read full review
Intimate nature: the bond between women and animalsUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This book brings together stories, poems, essays, and meditations by the editors and more than 70 other prominent female nature writers and field scientists, including Gretel Ehrlich, Ursula K. Le ... Read full review
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